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Category: Health care journalism

2 10/15/2018

The tsunami of not-ready-for-primetime health care news

10/10/2018

Headline vs. Study: Using cancer as clickbait

8/29/2018

Wasted wasps and deadly dog licks: How the summer’s creepy crawlies are infecting our health news

1 8/28/2018

Observations about today’s observational studies in the news

8/20/2018

CBD products don’t need a marketing push from journalists

8/7/2018

Headline vs. study: Promises for your heart, brain, and the common flu

9 7/17/2018

Local news hype of robotic surgery doesn’t match many hysterectomy patients’ experiences

7 7/11/2018

A troubling trade: Gerontological Society offering journalism fellowships, with an ethical catch

3 7/3/2018

A venti-sized serving of misinformation in news stories on latest coffee study

7 6/28/2018

With funding scarce, HealthNewsReview.org hurtles toward closure